You are currently displaying English
魔殿屠龍 (1984)
The Hidden Power of the Dragon Sabre
Alias: The Hidden Power of Dragon Sabre
Origin: Hong Kong
Genres: Martial Arts  Fantasy 
Theatrical Run (HK): 06/19/1984 - 06/21/1984
Box Office: HK $652,164
 
Director
  Chor Yuen
 
Screenwriter
  Shaw Creative Group
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Huang Pei-Chih
  Yuen Bun
  Yuen Wah
 
Producer
  Mona Fong Yat-Wah
 
 
Cast
  Derek Yee Tung-Sing ... Zhang Wu Ji
  Ti Lung ... General Tieh Zhen
  Alex Man Chi-Leung ... Sung Ching Shu
  Cherie Chung Cho-Hung ... Mongolian Princess
  Ku Feng ... Emperor Zhu
  Lo Lieh ... Lion King
  Lung Tien-Hsiang ... Bat King
  Leanne Lau Suet-Wah ... Chou Chi Yeuk
  Kwan Fung ... Guardian of Ming Clan
  Teng Wei-Hao ... Left Guardian of Ming Clan
  Yuen Wah ... Right Guardian of Ming Clan
  Yang Chi-Ching ... Old Bu
  Elvis Tsui Kam-Kong ... Monk Wei Zhen
  Shum Lo ... Official messenger
  Yuen Bun ... Sung's thug
  Lam Wai (1) ... Sung Ching Shu (as monk)
  Hung San-Nam ... Fake Ming Clan member
  Ko Hung (2) ... Fake Ming Clan member
  Tam Bo ... Fake Ming Clan member
  Lee Fat-Yuen ... Mongolian soldier [extra]
 
Production Company
  Shaw Brothers
 
Distributor
  Shaw Brothers (Global)
 
Assistant Director
  File Yip Gwok-Wing   Chang Chuan-Tsan
 
Script Supervisor
  To Wan (1)
 
Cinematographer
  Lam Wah-Chiu
 
Lighting
  Yuen Teng-Bong   Wu Ming-Sheng
 
Costume Design
  Bobo Ng Po-Ling   Liu Chi-Yu (1)
 
Costume
  Hoh Yuen-Yi
 
Makeup
  Lau Gai-Sing   Poon Man-Wa
 
Hair Dressing
  Peng Yen-Lien
 
Editor
  Siu Fung (4)   Ma Chung-Yiu   Chiu Cheuk-Man
 
Props
  Lai Yu   Lee Wan-Wa
 
Scenery
  Chan King-Sam
 
Sound Recordist
  Tsui Ping-Kwong
 
Music
  Stephen Shing Gam-Wing   So Jan-Hau
 
Presenter
  Sir Run Run Shaw
 
Production Manager
  Lawrence Wong Ka-Hay
 
Associate Production Manager
  Yu Yiu-Leung
 
Unit Manager
  Benny Wong Chung-Yam
 
Still Photographer
  Lau Cho-Tat
 
Special Effects
  Shaw Bros. Stunt Team
 
Dialogue
  Lee Lan (3)   Ding Yue
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  Defeated villain Sung Ching-Shu restarts his reign of terror, trapping a beautiful Mongolian princess and mastering the "Yin And Yang Combined" technique to become almost invincible. Only two swords, and two great swordsmen, stand in his way...!" -- Celestial Pictures